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Old 10-26-2015, 04:48 PM   #1
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I took the power steering cooler of 2 weeks ago and didn't mark them top and bottom. So could anyone tell me please the pipe from the bottle where you put the power steering in is it top or bottom fitting
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Hi All
And before I start I will say Thanks to anyone who answers
I took the power steering cooler of 2 weeks ago and didn't mark them top and bottom. So could anyone tell me please the pipe from the bottle where you put the power steering in is it top or bottom fitting
regards steviez
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More info is needed about your RV.
(Like the year make and model and if you mean "hoses" rather than "pipes").
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Old 10-26-2015, 05:12 PM   #3
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r v info its a 1993 ford Fleetwood bounder 32 foot long and its a 7.5 petrol automatic the pipes or metal. There was work done to it before I got it and these pipes where joined up with a rubber hose slipped over the metal pipes I hope this helps
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Most heat exchangers like "in the bottom out the top".
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